DENVER (CBS4) –
Heavy snow piled up in our high country on Christmas Day, while we stayed dry and cold here across eastern Colorado.
The snow created a mess along I-70, but thankfully traffic was way down compared to earlier this weekend. Most Winter Weather Alerts have expired, but there could still be snow lingering overnight in many mountain areas.
Temperatures overnight into Tuesday will be quite cold. We’ll be in the low single digits across the Front Range and plains.
We will still be pretty cold on Tuesday, with highs in the low 20s. There could be some patchy fog on Tuesday morning, but overall sunshine will dominate the day.
We warm up to the 40s for eastern Colorado on Wednesday, and could even see the 50s by the end of the week. More snow could be possible in the high country on Saturday, and maybe even a little in Denver on New Year’s Eve. We’ll keep watching as we are still several days out.